Pressure washing and a frittata

Our porch and eaves were showing grime and dirt, so David cleaned them.

First, he covered the door with plastic to prevent water from entering the house, and used this type of detergent to dissolve the dirt on our porch:

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Then, he switched to a pressure washer:

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The eaves above the Boston ferns also were dirty.  David removed the ferns and closed the windows:

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David did a good job washing the porch and eaves.  He plans to clean the eaves on the other side of the house next.

His reward for his hard work?  Well, I baked a frittata, consisting of eggs, milk, ground beef, potatoes, onions, celery, green chilis, red pimentos, salt, pepper, and Italian Seasoning.  It was delicious, hot from the oven:

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David does his thing, and I do mine.  Ultimately, we both profit from our endeavors. It’s called team work.

10 Responses to “Pressure washing and a frittata”

  1. Olga Says:

    Team work pays off for the both of you. Well done!

  2. Joanne Noragon Says:

    Power washing is hard work!

  3. Christine Says:

    this is fair trade!

  4. lowcarbdiabeticJan Says:

    Frittata’s are great aren’t they.

    All the best Jan

  5. Carole Says:

    Oh I love frittata! Your’s looks delicious 🙂

  6. Tom Sightings Says:

    I’ve done some pressure washing — it’s harder than it looks! But, he got his good reward. Your teamwork is an inspiration to all of us.

  7. honoluluaunty91 Says:

    For a person with sore back/knees, David does wonders! Your support and appreciation, as well as food rewards keep him happy and willing to work.

  8. joared Says:

    Everything looks good — house & eaves and frittata!

  9. Beatrice Says:

    So true, Gigi, teamwork is the best in any situation, but especially marriage.

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